You don’t need to spend a fortune to make your bedroom look good as well as comfy. There are some handy tips that you can try, without breaking a sweat or hurting your wallet.
Add a seating area
Adding a seating area can improve the coziness in your bedroom. It will somehow make your bedroom feel homey as well as relaxing. If you have generous space, you can add the seats anywhere you like, as long as you place it rather far away from the wardrobe – so you won’t be tempted to toss your clothes on the seats and create a mess instead. If you have limited space, placing the seats on the feet of your bed will be a good option. Be creative with the seats; some people use old but sturdy crates. You can also choose compact sofa or even several stylish types of chairs. Use your imagination; there are no rigid rules about the types of seats you can use.
Pay attention to the color
You can always try classic color combinations although it is okay if you want to experiment with bold and contrasting colors too. For instance, a mix of white and blue is timeless. You don’t need to overdo it. Only cover the bedroom in serene white, and add different shades and hues of the blue into the wall, accents, bedding, and also throw pillows. To avoid boredom and dullness, you can add a splash of green or yellow to break the color layers and create a refreshing atmosphere.
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Add wall gallery
Never let your wall go blank and empty, especially if you have big and tall walls. If you leave the wall blank, it will create dullness and blandness. If you have enough space on the walls, consider a big piece of artworks, such as black and white photographs or artistic paintings. Don’t forget to match the wall artwork with your diy room decor. For instance, a black and white image is perfect with monochromatic color or colorful art-deco paintings are ideal for the retro style.
Add natural light
Nothing will look better with natural light. In case, your bedroom has a tricky corner and design, so natural light can’t get in freely, you can use light, sheer, and breezy materials as the curtains. Avoid using heavy materials as it blocks more lights. If you have big windows or even skylight, make use of it. Don’t block them and include them into the interior design.
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Consider the usage
If your bedroom is for you alone, you are free to include whatever decoration you see fit. But if you have to share it with another person, consider a design that is suitable for two. Include the things both you and your partner like. You can have darker and masculine furniture to compliment his masculinity, and combine it with a touch of femininity on your part. Dark furniture will look good with pale pink headboard or floral wallpaper, for example.